Armani White is the Philly rapper to watch out for. Last week, Pharrell and Scott Vener played his song, “Stick Up,” on their Beat 1 show OTHERtone. You may also recognize him from his feature on “Do You,” by major UK producer, Troyboi—Yea, those unforgettably hard verses? Those were his.
White could be like so many other wannabe rappers, riding the washed-out hype of Drake and Migos’ style, but he’s better than that. He’s here to stake a claim of his own.
His newest song, “Young Adults” is a perfect example of what he’s bringing to the table. First, he spits so relentlessly you’ll be shocked and amazed. Second, his lines and rhymes are just mad clever and fun to bump. I highly advise checking out the lyrics. “Young Adult” is an ode to never growing up, and never wanting to. These are our glory days. Live it up.
Download "Young Adults" here, and look out for Armani White’s The Indian Giver project!
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